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AP Top 25: Vols, Wolfpack join top 10; Florida State returns

Tennessee and North Carolina State have broken into the top 10 of The Associated Press college football poll Read More

 

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Don Mattingly won't be back as Marlins manager in 2023

Don Mattingly will not be back as manager of the Miami Marlins next year More »

 

Spieth goes 5-0 as Americans rule Presidents Cup again

The Presidents Cup stays with the Americans, just like it always does More »

 

Call Guardians winners over Rangers and champs of AL Central

Five of rookie Steven Kwan’s career-high five RBIs came on his first career grand slam in the eighth inning and Aaron Civale allowed two runs on three hits in five innings as the Guardians beat the Texas Rangers 10-4 More »

 

Dolphins halt Allen, survive 'butt punt' to beat Bills

The Miami Dolphins’ defense stopped Josh Allen and the Bills at the goal line late, then held again after punter Thomas Morstead bizarrely kicked the ball off a teammate and out of bounds for a safety in a 21-19 win over Buffalo More »

 

Manny Machado hits 31st homer, Padres beat Rockies, 13-6

Manny Machado and Brandon Drury hit back-to-back home runs in a five-run eighth inning, Wil Myers also went deep, and the San Diego Padres beat Colorado 13-6 in the Rockies’ final home game of the season More »

 

Dolphins' Tagovailoa injures back, hits head, stumbles, wins

Miami quarterback Tua Tagovailoa briefly left Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills after hitting the back of his head on the turf More »

 

Patriots QB Jones leaves with leg injury after 3rd pick

Mac Jones hopped off the field after his third interception of the game against the Baltimore Ravens, unable to put any weight on his left leg More »

 

Justin Herbert starts for Chargers despite rib injury

Quarterback Justin Herbert is expected to start for the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars after being questionable all week due to a rib injury More »

 

Ryan drives Colts to 1st win with 20-17 comeback vs Chiefs

Matt Ryan threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to rookie Jelani Woods with 24 seconds left to give the Indianapolis Colts a 20-17 comeback victory over the Kansas City Chiefs More »

 

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